Bring history to life with our history themed curriculum packages! Designed to supplement the Key Stage 2 curriculum, each package will transport your students back through time to learn how their ancestors lived.
3300 BC - 1200 BC
Step back in time and join a Stone Age hunter gather tribe living 10,000 years ago. In order to survive in this rich, yet hostile, landscape, you must start learning skills you would need to thrive. This ancient environment is full of dangers and variables, so your students will need their wits about them...
AD 43 - AD 410
Visit Britain 2000 years ago and spend the day discovering what it was like to live as a Roman. Learn what made the Romans a successful invading force, from forming Testudos to creating Tabula. Students will take part in a variety of activities to bring the classroom topic to life.
Spend the day learning what it was like to live as a Viking. Learn what made the Vikings such formidable invaders; experience how the Viking warriors travelled across the seas and navigated. Next, learn about their skilled manufacture, stories telling and preparation for battle.
AD 800 - AD 1150
Billy and Molly were so knowledgeable and gave the children an incredible insight into the Romans through practical, interesting and engaging activities.
Nottingham High Junior School, 2022
What can I book?
History themed curriculum can be booked as a day trip or as part of an overnight residential. A day trip can include up to 6hr15 of activities, with an average day running from 09:00 - 16:00.
Overnight trips also include an evening activity that lasts 1hr30.
Curriculum packages are available from October to March (trips in March must be part of a residential). Not sure what to book? Contact our team for more information!
If you would like to book a standard activity residential or day trip, visit our schools page for more information.
Activity Descriptions & Risk Assessments
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Manufacture & Bushcraft
Participants will learn the importance of the many uses fire had for the Vikings. Then, learn the skill of cordage making from natural fibres to create a length of cord. Using this cord, they will bind together a piece of leather that they have worked.